This system is called the Made For iPhone program

發表於 2023-4-12 17:40:28 | 顯示全部樓層 |閱讀模式
本帖最後由 MaHfUjCr1 於 2023-4-12 17:53 編輯

Apple is rumored to be resuming the Made For iPhone (MFi) program, despite the likely move from Lightning to USB-C on the iPhone 15. Apple requires third-party accessory makers to pay a fee to gain certified access to certain parts and technologies, such as the Lightning connector .  and was supposed to disappear with the introduction of USB-C, but more and more reports indicate that this does not have to be the case. According to ShrimpApplePro on Twitter, Apple will require MFi certification for products that connect to the iPhone 15 via the USB-C connector. This was supposed to be confirmed by a source, stating that Foxconn is mass-producing accessories such as EarPods and certified cables.

There is also a bright side to this information - some third-party MFi-certified products are cheaper than official Apple products. In response, Shrimp states that Apple will limit data and charging speeds for uncertified cables that will be connected to the iPhone. This appears to be allowed as phone number list Apple will work with the EU to move to USB-C, but it introduces its own restriction. move on Apple's part, there are reasons why the company might want to go through the certification process. Of course, Apple can make some money by charging for certified parts and technology, but consumers will also have more confidence in buying products they know will work seamlessly with their iPhone. Also read: iPhone 15 may surprise with battery life Despite all the praise USB-C receives for its universal connector, there are also many problems with it.

It is almost impossible to know whether any cable bought in a supermarket or online will potentially damage the product if it is connected in an unexpected way. This isn't the first time someone has suggested that Apple will continue with the MFi program. It was previously mentioned on Weibo, but for the first time, a reliable leaker spoke up. ShrimpApplePro has a decent history of sharing unofficial information about Apple products. For example, Shrimp rightly announced that the Apple Watch Series 8 would not be redesigned, and one of the rumors regarding the dimensions of the iPhone 14 Pro was quite accurate. The iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Pro are expected to launch in September 2023. The entire lineup is likely to come with USB-C and Dynamic Island, although the Pro models are sure to come with exclusive features and upgrades like the A17 processor.

使用道具 舉報

您需要登錄後才可以回帖 登錄 | 立即註冊



Copyright © 2022 188SPORT體育論壇 All Rights Reserved.

Powered by Discuz!

快速回復 返回頂部 返回列表